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Brad Easland

BRAD EASLAND, Attorney at Law

Brad Easland has been practicing law since 1996. He has experience in several different areas of Law. Brad has extensive knowledge in the area of Bankruptcy Law, representing individuals in both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, as well as creditors who have Bankruptcy issues. Brad has experience in the courtroom, helping people with both civil cases and criminal cases. His other primary areas of practice include Personal Injury (car accidents, negligence, etc.), Wills and Probate, Business Law including LLCs and Corporations, Criminal Defense, Juvenile Cases, and General Civil Litigation. Call Brad today and let him put his experience to work for you.

Brad is a native of South Dakota, and is a 1993 graduate of South Dakota State University, and a 1996 graduate of Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska. He has been with the firm since 1996. He and his wife Charlotte have 3 children, Mallory, Sydney, and Blake. He enjoys hunting, golf, camping, and being involved in his kids' activities.

Professional Involvement:
•  Nebraska State Bar Association (1996 to present)
      - Member, Bankruptcy Section
      - Served on Judicial Nominating Committee
      - Served on Judicial Resource Task Force

•  Madison County Bar Association
      - Past President and Vice President

•  National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA)
      - Member

Civic Involvement:
•  Norfolk Area United Way
      - Past President and current member of Board of Directors
      - Division Chair, Annual Campaign

•  Served in several leadership positions at First United Methodist Church, Norfolk

•  Volunteer coach for kids' sports teams

Reported Cases:
•  In Re Estate of Sehi, 17 Neb. App. 697 (2009)
•  In Re Interest of Marcus K. and Justin K., A-06-1050 (not designated for permanent publication) (2007)
•  State v. Faber, 264 Neb. 198 (2002)